After picking you up at Split promenade, you willl step aboard our speedboat for a thrilling ride to Bisevo Island, whose highlight is the Blue Cave. In order to appreciate its ethereal beauty, we’ll arrive exactly at the time of the day when the sunlight reflected through the sea floor bathes the entire cave in aquamarine light, while objects in the water are turned into shimmering silver. According to old fishermen’s evidence, on Bisevo island lived a number of monk seals. They used to call this animal the “sea-man” in their dialect. In the past fishermen persecuted monk seals because they tore their nets and scared the fish. The cave called Monk Seal’s Cave is the biggest among them located immediately behind the cape Biskup towards the bay of Baluni. Then we slice through the Adriatic to explore Komiza, a picture-perfect, authentic fishermans village on the island of Vis. You will have free time to wonder around the old town, relax on the beaches with shaded area provided by the tamarix trees and taste some typical Medditeranean snacks. With sun on its peak, we will sail towards one of the most beautiful secret bay on Vis island, perfect place for swimming and snorkeling before our final destination – the town of Hvar, one of the most beautiful harbors on the Adriatic and a rich cultural heritage. Its seven-century old walls still survive, as well as many of the 15th-17th C Venetian era noble houses and public buildings. The easy walk around the town to discover its many charms is a delight. On its famous promenade you will have the opportunity to have lunch at your own expense and enjoy typical dishes. Afterwards it’s time to return to Split on our speedboat.
If you are a family, group of friends or colleagues searching for relaxing day at the sea, come and join us on this great on-the-water experience, enhanced by the traditional ambiance of this unique area. Our first destination is the charming village of Maslinica on Solta island where you can take a walk, enjoy on the beach, visit beautiful 18th cent. Venetian castle Martinis Marchi or just enjoy this peaceful place. Our Captain will rcommend nice restaurant to take a lunch and some authentic Dalmatian dishes to try during the day. A short boat ride from Maslinica and we arrive to the Blue Lagoon where nature has created unique formation of islands that provide perfect protection to sailors and an opportunity to discover untouched beaches and turquise cristal clear sea. At the end, while cruising back to Trogir, take in the breathtaking views of the Central Dalmatian coast and islands. This boat can accommodate up to 10 persons and offers the excitement of exploring Trogir archipelago with its beautiful bays and numerous hidden beaches.
After picking you up at the pre-arranged meeting point or at your hotel, we'll begin our full day experience discovering the fabled walled city of Dubrovnik, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Our air-conditioned coach takes the scenic route along the winding coast and stops at several overlooks for amazing panoramic views of the Dalmatian islands. We will arrive to the “pearl of the Adriatic” before noon. Each corner of this legendary city is its own unique experience. Our professionally guided tour is led by our tour guide with years of experience whose passion for the city will be evident as you walk these ancient streets and marvel at the rich architectural ensemble all around you. The guided tour lasts for about an hour and a half and afterward you have enough time to re-visit the main attractions of the Old Town and enjoy a local cafe or the many shops. This memorable excursion through Croatia's most famous medieval city begins at the monumental Pile Gate, located at the top of Stradun, the splendid main promenade street of the Old Town. We keep walking to the Franciscan Monastery, whose cloister is one of the most magnificent sites in the city and then to the house of the oldest pharmacy in Europe opened in 1317. A little further is Sponza Palace, notable for its portico with columns and elaborate stone carvings which today houses the State Archives. Our tour ends with a visit to the Cathedral which was built on the ruins of a 12thC church but then destroyed by the great earthquake of 1667. Having experienced the most important parts of the Old Town, there's time to go back and explore its hidden corners by yourself. Feel free to climb the stairs to the walls that allow you to walk around the Old Town from high up on its ramparts; or take a cable car for a stunning view of the famous red tile roofs and the sea. Dubrovnik is yours to discover!
After picking you up at the pre-arranged meeting point or at your hotel, our excursion to one of the most popular sites in Dalmatia begins by driving along the border between the coast and the hinterland. In less than an hour, you will be greeted with a breathtaking view of the town of Trogir and Split surrounded by the sea and a landscape filled with greenery, village households and life. Then it's on to Krka National Park and Skradinski buk, one of the best known natural beauties of Croatia. Our professionally-guided tour includes a fascinating walk through an authentically restored ensemble of small stone houses, workshops, exhibits and watermills which show how water was used to make village life possible and sustainable centuries ago. Then we'll begin our nature walk to enjoy the rich diversity of flora and fauna through a network of forest pathways as well over wooden bridges. After about 90 minutes, our vehicle will then take you to Roski slap, a beautiful, quiet, untouched natural preserve perfect for swimming and relaxation. After the break you will have the opportunity for an optional lunch in a typical Dalmatian konoba (tavern) where you can taste local delicious traditional food like prosciutto, cheese, hearty bread and wine and local fruits and vegetables. After lunch, we will take a road takes leads us up to one of the most exciting Krka River canyons. Along the way you will enjoy the same kind of breathtaking views that professional photographers capture to illustrate Croatian tourist brochures—like the panorama of Visovac Island. Then we say goodbye to the park and continue our trip to the seaside city of Sibenik, to see its main attractions - including St James Cathedral, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. We will return to Split along the beautiful coastal road, passing by picturesque villages, such as Primosten and Marina, and beautiful offshore islands.
After picking you up at the pre-arranged meeting point or at your hotel, we’ll begin our journey to Bosnia and Herzegovina. On our way to ancient Ottoman city of Mostar we will stop in the walled town of Pocitelj, UNESCO World Heritage site, a place that will intrigue you even more to discover the history of the Otoman city of Mostar. In Mostar our local city guide introduces you to the great history of this city known as “the window to the Orient”. We’ll visit the Old Bazaar, full of picturesque shops and craft workshops, and the Mosque. Afterwards, we’ll enjoy a walk along the famous Unesco – protected Old bridge from the 16th C. You’ll have plenty of free time for shopping and the opportunity to taste some authentic Bosnian specialties like cevapi, pita or burek. Then it’s off to experience the beauty of Bosnia and Herzegovina on our way to our final destination, one of the most-visited pilgrimage centers in all of Europe – Medjugorje. For believers and those who are looking for spiritual renewal, the most compelling site here is the Mount of Appearance where Virgin Mary is reported to have appeared to children in 1981 for the first time. Our tour guide will help you understand and appreciate why this place of peace and compassion has become such a world-wide destination for pilgrims. As an option, you may also enjoy some wonderful swimming in the nearby Kravice waterfalls. (depending on weather conditions). After this beautiful experience we return back to Split.
Our comfortable, air-conditioned mini-van or bus will pick you up at the prearranged location and head up through the countryside towards – Plitvice Lakes. The unity and harmony of 16 lakes and their rare natural and cultural value is not famous only throughout Croatia, but also worldwide; earning this remarkable national park a coveted place on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage sites. Arriving to Plitvice, we’ll walk through these ancient woodlands led by our experienced guide. The path takes us first across Gornja Jezera (Upper Lakes), a system of 12 lakes separated by travertine barriers. Then it’s time for a peaceful boat ride towards the second area called Donja Jezera (Lower Lakes), placed in a limestone canyon. Wherever you are in Pltivice it’s easy to see why its travertine marble formations are such an extraordinary natural phenomenon. The barriers, sills and other forms created in these lakes, karst rivers and streams are stil an ongoing process that shapes the wonderful landscapes that make your walk through the park so enjoyable. It’s these same travertine formations that have and are still creating the numerous magnificent waterfalls here. Over time, the water changes its course, leaving some barriers dry as it deposits new layers elsewhere. This constant evolution makes the Plitvice Lakes never look the same. The best way to actually see this happening is when you are standing in front of the Big Waterfall, 78 meters high. The roaring thunder of the water as it hits the ground is unforgettable! Our journey ends with a tram ride. At the end, we suggest to use the opportunity to taste typical local dishes from this area in a local tavern (optional). After lunch we will drive back to Split along the highway, still excited and full of lasting impressions—make sure your camera has extra batteries!
At agreed time, our tour guide / driver will pick you up in Zagreb to start pleasant ride to the national park. On our way, first stop will be a visit to the Homeland War memorial in Turanj. The collection is set up on a battlefield of the worst fights of Croatia army which defended Karlovac and proves the importance of Turanj as an advance guard for Karlovac since the period of Ottoman Empire. After this intriguing history lesson enjoy short stop for a coffe in Rastoke. This village respresents an excellent introduction to the Plitvice Lakes as this location is often called as „Small Lakes of Plitvice“ because both destinations are connected with the same river. Apart from astonishing natural beauties, Rastoke are best known for its little waterfalls along the Slunjčica river and well-preserved mills and houses which represent the unique style of this region. Once arriving at Plitvice Lakes national park, begins your adventure of discovering the whole park area accompanied by our knowledgeable tour guide. This park consists of 16 terraced lakes, formed by natural travertine dams. Depending on the angle of the sun’s rays and the mineral makeup of the water, lakes change colors throughout the day, from bright turquoise to gray. Enjoy the walk and be amazed by the preserved nature of the area. After the tour your tour guide will take you to the local restaurant where you can taste traditional dishes of this area (optional). He will gladly make some recommendations for food, drinks or even suvenirs. After the lunch, starts your pleasant drive to the final drop off location in Zagreb.
If you are looking for a comfortable transfer from Split to Zagreb and you wish to visit the most famous national park in Croatia, then this is the right option for you.Take an advantage of group transfer from Split to Zagreb with a sightseeing tour of NP Plitvice Lakes. At agreed time our tour guide will Pick you Up to start comfortable ride to NP Plitvice Lakes. Once arriving to Plitvice Lakes, begins your adventure of discovering the whole park area accompanied by our knowledgeable tour guide. This park consists of 16 terraced lakes, formed by natural travertine dams. Depending on the angle of the sun’s rays and the mineral makeup of the water, lakes change colors throughout the day, from bright turquoise to gray. Enjoy the walk and be amazed with the preserved nature of the area. After the pleasant time spent in the park, your tour guide will take you to the local restaurant where you can taste typical dishes of this area (optional), he will gladly make some recommendations for food, drinks or even suvenirs. After the lunch, you will join our transfer to your final Drop Off location in Zagreb.
Take an advantage of group transfer from Zagreb to Split with a sightseeing tour of NP Plitvice Lakes. At agreed time, our tour guide / driver will pick you up in Zagreb to start comfortable ride to the national park Plitvice Lakes. On our way, first stop will be a visit to the Homeland War memorial in Turanj. The collection is set up on a battlefield of the worst fights of Croatian army which defended Karlovac and proves the importance of Turanj as an advance guard for Karlovac since the period of Ottoman Empire. After this intriguing history lesson enjoy short stop for a coffe in Rastoke. This village respresents an excellent introduction to the Plitvice Lakes as this location is often called as „Small Lakes of Plitvice“ because both destinations are connected with the same river. Apart from astonishing natural beauties, Rastoke are best known for its little waterfalls along the Slunjčica river and well-preserved mills and houses which represent the unique style of this region. Once arriving to Plitvice Lakes national park, begins your adventure of discovering the whole park area accompanied by our knowledgeable tour guide. This park consists of 16 terraced lakes, formed by natural travertine dams. Depending on the angle of the sun’s rays and the mineral makeup of the water, lakes change colors throughout the day, from bright turquoise to gray. Enjoy the walk and be amazed with the preserved nature of the area. After the tour your tour guide will take you to the local restaurant where you can taste traditional dishes of this area (optional). He will gladly make some recommendations for food, drinks or even suvenirs. After the lunch, starts your pleasant drive to your final drop off location in Split.
Just before having a dinner in one of the Medditeranean restaurants in Split where you can enjoy the local delicacies, join our group walking tour with a local English speaking tour guide. Immerse yourself into the story of this more than 1700 years old town, founded by a Roman emperor Diocletian who choose this beautiful setting as a residence for his retirement. What he was not aware at that time, is that he made ground what is yet to become Croatian second biggest town and center of region of Dalmatia. With a highly knowledgeable, kind and friendly local professional during an 1,5 hour walking tour, you will discover its history, culture, local customs and most important attractions,. The central part of the city of Split is a whirl of narrow stone streets, ancient monuments and medieval buildings. The main monument is a palace, the core upon which the city grew. Well preserved until today, remains of ancient buildings, along with late medieval extensions are valuable archaeological and historical-artistic complex which are on UNESCO’s World Heritage list since 1979th. What makes Diocletian's palace so special is the fact that it has always been inhabited! Even today, there are people living within the walls of the palace making it an unique tourist attraction with lots of restaurants, museums and shops.
Trogir was originally a Greek colony but the main core of the town was developed between the 13th and the 15th century, surrounded by city walls. The historical center of Trogir is a unique monument of culture and is included on UNESCO’s World Heritage. Our one and a half hour journey into the history begins at the shore in front of the Portal travel agency. Walk along Trogir`s beautiful narrow streets and let the guide take you into the past times by retelling the stories and legends of Trogir as you pass stone houses, churches, palaces, monasteries, and city walls. Greek, Roman, Venetian history on a small island, make Trogir one of the most interesting historic oasis on the Adriatic. You will stop at the main attraction of Trogir, St. Lawrence Cathedral. Take time to enjoy the beauty of majestic portal of Radovan, the most significant medieval portal in this part of Europe. We continue our tour visiting the Cipico Palace with its unique and noteworthy features, which was home to one of the Trogir’s most prominent families. Afterwards we will come to Tower of Kamerlengo, which was the Venetian governor’s palace. Masterpieces of local sculptors and many others who came here to participate in creating the history of this town, remains of city walls, many palaces, forts and their stories are just some of the things that will impress you on this tour through the beautiful streets of this charming little town in the heart of the Mediterranean, in the heart of Dalmatia.